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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Saints Rugby and the changing nature of women’s sport

The University Women's Rugby team took on Stirling and their match was featured in our piece on the changing face of women's sport.

Charlie Hebdo solidarity transcends sporting divides

Hayden Taylor explores how, perhaps, society can learn from sports' response to Charlie Hebdo.

The Heineken Cup: where they stand

With four of six group games played in this season’s Heineken Cup, Richard Browne looks at how the teams are placed as the fight...

Saints coaches travel to New Zealand to learn from the best

University of St Andrews Director of Rugby David Ross, assistant coach Chris Martin and performance analyst Burhan Torgut are traveling to the other side...

Six Nations: Scotland the Bad?

Writing exclusively, Robert Barbour discusses why Scotland's rugby side are in such a rut.

Saints valiant in defeat against Glasgow

Sport editor Andrew Sinclair reports from the St Andrews Women's Rugby team's narrow loss to Glasgow, where they showed considerable improvement.

Howe of Fife triumph at St Andrews Sevens

When speaking to Director of Rugby David Ross a few weeks ago, he discussed with me the change of format for this year’s Sevens...

Steven Sims: “An Inspirational Leader”

Andrew McQuillan remembers a great loss to St Andrews.

Six Nations review: two in a row for dogged England

Whilst some stout defence and pinpoint kicking from Ireland prevented England from securing back-to-back Grand Slams, nothing could stop Eddie Jones’s side from retaining...

Rugby 7s throws up thrills – and a fair few spills

Champagne, rugby, banter and a fair few tinnies.  If one was to sum up St Andrews Rugby 7s, these words would be the first...